Aesthetics, Autonomy and Contemporary Native American Writing
Acknowledgments ix Chapter 1 Introduction 1 Chapter 2 Who’s Afraid of Elizabeth Cook-Lynn? Nationalism and Voice in Aurelia 39 Chapter 3 “Indigenous to the Land, an Immigrant to the Culture”: Sherman Alexie and the Third Space of Sovereignty 65 Chapter 4 “All the Talk and All the Silence”: Literary Aesthetics and Cultural Boundaries in David Treuer’s Little 117 Chapter 5 Portrait of the Artist: Authority, Autonomy, and Authorship in Louise Erdrich’s Shadow Tag 151 Chapter 6 Choctalking: The Realities of Fiction in LeAnne Howe’s Shell Shaker 217 viii Chapter 7 “Not a Chaotic Wake, Not an Empty Space”: The Future of Art, Life, and Criticism in the Work of Craig Womack and Greg Sarris 263 Bibliography 319 Index 335
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